Showing posts from May, 2020

Price Hike

                                                                                      Price Hike Price hike means the rise of price of essential commodities. Nowadays, price hike is very common phenomenon in Bangladesh. Many reasons are responsible for price hike. Population explosion, hoarding, black marketing, market syndicate, natural disasters, limited lands, shortage of supply, political instability etc. are the most common reasons for price hike. Moreover, some dishonest businessmen create artificial crisis in the market to make unusual profit. Mainly the poor and the middle class are the worst sufferer of it. Government should take effective steps to control price hike. Importing product in crisis condition, strong market monitoring, helping farmers to grow hybrid crops could be some solution to prevent price hike. Mass media and law enforcement agencies can play a very important role against price hike.

Necessity of Learning English

                                         Learn English With Enthusiasm               Necessity of Learning English English is an international language. There is a great necessity of learning English. No nation can develop without English today. A pilot or a stewardess, a telephone operator or a tourist guide must know English. Also, a person who likes to get a job in a foreign office, in a post office or in a big hotel must know English. A postman must read foreign envelopes. A telephone operator must use English to make calls to other countries. A person must talk to foreigners in English. An office cannot also function without English knowing people. International business cannot run without English. To receive higher education English is a must. Most of the top-ranking universities are located in the western world. To study in those universities skill of the English language is a must. Today jobs in home and abroad demand English language proficiency for employment.

My Neighbour

                                                                            My Neighbour Neighbours are those persons who live closer to our house. Man is a social being. He cannot live alone in the society. So he has to live with other neighbour. I live in a city. I have many neighbours.  All of them are very co-operative, helpful and well behaved. They are simple, truthful and sociable. I have got a next door neighbour. He is about 40 years old. His name is Mr. Munna. He is very sweet in nature. He is a doctor. He is well-educated, well-behaved and well-dressed. His wife is a teacher. They have a sweet girl. Her name is Moumita. She is my best friend. I pass my leisure time with her. Moumita’s parents are very affectionate to me. They love me very much. In their leisure time they teach me. I am proud of my neighbour.